Lucía Sombra

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Lucía Sombra
GenreTelenovela
Romance
Drama
Created byFernanda Villeli
Directed byAntulio Jiménez Pons
StarringOfelia Medina
Raúl Ramírez
Rosenda Monteros
Beatriz Sheridan
Alicia Palacios
Carlos Cámara
Susana Alexander
Country of originMexico
Original language(s)Spanish
No. of episodes211
Production
Executive producer(s)David Antón
Running time30 minutes
Release
Original networkTelesistema Mexicano
Picture formatWhite and black
Original release1971 –
1972
Chronology
Preceded byHistoria de un amor
Followed byLa maestra

Lucía Sombra is a Mexican telenovela produced by Televisa and transmitted by Telesistema Mexicano.[1]

Ofelia Medina, Carlos Cámara, Rosenda Monteros and Raúl Ramírez starred as protagonists.

Cast[edit]

  • Ofelia Medina as Lucía Sombra Calvert
  • Raúl Ramírez as Pastor Emilio Calvert
  • Rosenda Monteros as Matilde Guerrero
  • Beatriz Sheridan as Sara Calvert
  • Alicia Palacios as Doña Florencia Guerrero
  • Carlos Cámara as Dr. Pablo Orazábal Guerrero
  • Susana Alexander as Erika
  • Miguel Suárez Arias as Don Esteban Guerrero
  • Enrique Novi as Román Calvert
  • Andrea Palma as Doña Natividad
  • Sergio Klainer as Aarón Siavinsky
  • Ricardo Cortés as Rodrigo Rimac
  • Víctor Alcocer as Padre Cristóbal
  • Luis Miranda as Ignacio Suárez
  • Wally Barrón as Alejo Suárez
  • Pilar Sen as Helena Suárez
  • Raúl "Chato" Padilla as Comisario Vidal
  • Héctor Cruz as Dr. Ricardo Ledesma
  • Octavio Galindo as Octavio Ravel
  • Eric del Castillo as Santiago Rangel
  • Silvia Mariscal as Teresa
  • Luis Aragón as Sr. Ravel
  • Aurora Clavel as Sra. Ravel
  • Jorge del Campo as Minister Pierre Duwa
  • Malena Doria as Deborah Duwa
  • Enrique del Castillo as Dr. Islas
  • Mauricio Ferrari as Sr. Rimac
  • Alberto Inzúa as Owner of the mine
  • Margie Bermejo as Srta. Rangel
  • Fernando Borges as Sr. Rangel
  • Ada Carrasco as Peasant
  • Gerardo del Castillo as Peasant
  • Norma Jiménez Pons as Rodrigo's wife
  • Edith González as Erika (child)
  • Fernando Castro
  • Marcela Davilland
  • Ricardo Austi

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